You can’t expect something deep and meaningful every day, can you? In fact, you probably only get deep and/or meaningful in flashes on this, or most, blogs. I don’t have such a high opinion of my genius, nor am I setting out to be original, other than in the sense that my views, while no doubt not unique in any profound way, are as far as I know my own — or at least have passed through my brain, for good or ill, before you see them here.
So today my ventures focus on Ninglun on Blogspot: Good thoughts from strange places. This may particularly interest my more atheist readers.
Kevin is back too. No, not Kevin Rudd, but my old sparring partner Kevin from the USA. He has emailed me in a friendly way, and left a comment on Old Lines from a Floating Life. A search for Islam in Ninglun on Blogspot, which has appeared since Kevin was last here lamenting the descent of Australia into radical socialism under Kevin Rudd, should give Kevin something to get his teeth into. 😉
And finally: the fake mail delivery failure seems to be very popular in the phishing and scamming world lately. Have you noticed this? I get several passing through to my mailbox every day; they seem to evade the net at Unwired (my mail provider) before delivery, which is, I suppose, the point of the technique.
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